Powerleap arrives on the scene once again with a solution to dispose of the need of a new motherboard in order to enjoy the latest Intel P6-based processor.
The PL-iP3/T Slot 1 to Tualatin adapter provides all the necessary voltage controls in order to provide for the correct GTL+ bus and core voltages of the Tualatin chips. It even supports the Pentium III-S models in SMP.
The product link provides a list of current tested boards that are compatible. It seems the 440BX continues to refuse to fade into obscurity.
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